Government Inquiry into Mental Health & Addiction: Public meetingsMembers of the public are invited to meet with the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction panel in Nelson next week (3 May). People in Marlborough have the option to attend by video conference from Wairau Hospital, Blenheim.Inquiry Chair Professor Ron Paterson says it is important that Inquiry panel members listen well to a wide range of communities and stakeholders. To ensure as many perspectives as possible are heard, panel members are travelling around New Zealand attendinga series of regional meetings to hear from people with a range of backgrounds and views.Nelson meeting: Thursday 3 May, 5pm Seminar Centre, Braemar Campus, Nelson HospitalBlenheim video link: Thursday 3 May, 5pm Meeting room 1, Arthur Wicks building (level 1), Wairau Hospital, BlenheimPanel members are keen to hear from interested parties and other groups and individuals who want to share their thoughts and ideas for improvements. This includes Māori, Pacific peoples, young people, and people with disabilities, LGBTIQA+ groups, people living in rural communities, the elderly, veterans, minority, immigrant and refugee populations, victims of violence and people in correctional facilities.
The fully funded Nelson YES programme provides you with a hands-on introduction to the work of the emergency services in the region. The YES team is seeking 16 young people, aged 16 to 20, who are keen to participate in the programme from mid February to mid June 2018.
Applications close 24 November 2017.
Read More: https://www.volunteernelson.org.nz/youth-emergency-services/
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